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4 pieces of legal advice for every entrepreneur

Posted by on Jul 20, 2014 | 0 comments

Small business owners typically don’t have big budgets for legal fees, but there are times when you should turn to a lawyer for advice. In an interview with MSNBC’s JJ Ramberg, Rebecca Geller, the president and CEO of The Geller Law Group, has these four tips for entrepreneurs.

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Rebecca Geller to Appear on MSNBC

Rebecca Geller to Appear on MSNBC

Posted by on Jul 18, 2014 | 0 comments

Get your DVRs ready! As many of you know, at the Geller Law Group, we are proud of our business expertise and record of helping entrepreneurs get their businesses up and running. On Sunday, July 20 at 7:30AM, our founding partner, Rebecca Geller, will be appearing on MSNBC’s Your Business with host J.J. Ramberg to discuss some of the key legal concerns facing small businesses as they get started. Be sure to tune in! And way to go, Rebecca!!!

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5 Myths about Writing a Will

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 | 0 comments

From Moneywise Moms: It’s tough to think about writing a will. No one wants to consider their own death, let alone the awful idea that you and your spouse would pass away at the same time. But it does happen. I spoke with Rebecca Geller, president of The Geller Law Group, who helped me understand writing a will from a mom’s point-of-view (she’s a mom of two). We talked about some common myths; here’s what I learned: We don’t need a will since we don’t have any money. I’ve always felt like “we have no money,” but Rebecca pointed out that when you add up life insurance, retirement accounts, and a house, there are assets to consider in the event of your death. This “estate,” your assets, are what you plan for when writing a will. If you pass away without a will, you will have no say over who receives those assets, which leaves your children and the court system the job of figuring it out. A will is also where you name the guardian of your child(ren). Without your explicit instructions, it is up to a judge to determine who raises your children. Read...

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